mth240 | undergraduate

Advanced Quantitative Reasoning

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In this course, students critically analyze and solve real-world problems using Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry. Students apply advanced quantitative reasoning techniques to solve problems and make decisions through discrete and continuous modeling. Topics include economics, finance, statistics, growth/decay models, and graph theory.



This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Mathematical Thinking

    • Apply algebraic reasoning to exponential financial growth and decay.
    • Define mathematical reasoning. 
    • Determine a process to approach word scenarios with mathematical reasoning.
    • Apply various problem-solving strategies to find the essential part of the problem.

    Applications of Geometry and Trigonometry

    • Determine the type of symmetry in a given tiling.
    • Identify various arguments for the Pythagorean theorem.
    • Contrast different types of geometry and their various uses.
    • Define, in mathematical terms, plane symmetry and tiling.

    • Apply trigonometric formulas to real-world measurement scenarios.

    Descriptive Statistics

    • Calculate and interpret statistical summaries of central tendency and variation.
    • Interpret data distributions graphically.
    • Analyze how data is obtained and summarized.

    Inferential Statistics

    • Use sample statistics to make predictions about entire populations.
    • Distinguish between the statistical and practical meanings of the word significance .
    • Explain how iterating simple processes lead to complex behavior.

    Graph Theory

    • Define graphs as a mathematical object.
    • Use graphs to model real-word scenarios.
    • Analyze the connections between plane graphs and solid geometry.
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